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Instantaneous Transition to Film Boiling in Ordinary Fluids and Nanofluids on a Vertical Surface

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Modelling of Convective Heat and Mass Transfer in Nanofluids with and without Boiling and Condensation

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Boiling processes are quite common in heat exchange equipment in the nuclear power engineering, chemical industry, metallurgy, electronics, and other industries. Boiling as a phase transition process enables removing large thermal loads from heated surfaces with intense heat release (Bergles AE in Two-phase flow and heat transfer in the power and process industries. Hemisphere Publishing Corporation, 1981; Liscic B, Tensi HM in Quenching theory and technology. 2nd edn. CRC Press Book, 2010). Boiling processes also perform important protective functions in the elements of equipment and serve to control its effectiveness. Steam explosion as one of the forms of instant explosive boiling is observed during earthquakes, due to cracks in the earth’s crust, as well as during volcanic eruptions (Kenneth in Bull Volcanol 48:245–264, 1986).

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Avramenko, A.A., Shevchuk, I.V. (2022). Instantaneous Transition to Film Boiling in Ordinary Fluids and Nanofluids on a Vertical Surface. In: Modelling of Convective Heat and Mass Transfer in Nanofluids with and without Boiling and Condensation. Mathematical Engineering. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-95081-1_6

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